Lyn Repath-Martos

subject of UCLA study

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Former employee at UCLA and subect, along with her family, in the UCLA study of home life in the 21st century; employee at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century : 32 Families Open Their Doors is the title of a new book, which exactly describes the contents.

In-Depth UCLA Study of 32 Families

Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century : 32 Families Open Their Doors is the title of a new book, which exactly describes the contents.

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